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Old 08-09-2019, 07:07 PM   #51
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The price is a bit out of reach for me at the moment. But i'm really interested in the GAUSS's F-15C grip there, is there a place to get it?
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Old 08-09-2019, 07:15 PM   #52
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Brunner rates it as 4.2 Nm peak force, they don't provide the nominal force
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Old 08-09-2019, 10:33 PM   #53
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The price is a bit out of reach for me at the moment. But i'm really interested in the GAUSS's F-15C grip there, is there a place to get it?

Yeah, base is beyond the price I would pay for something so far unproven, but the grip does interest me.
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Old 08-10-2019, 02:24 AM   #54
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The price is a bit out of reach for me at the moment. But i'm really interested in the GAUSS's F-15C grip there, is there a place to get it?
We are actively producing more
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Old 08-10-2019, 02:28 AM   #55
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From the news available at present, our torque is not as good as Brunner. We don't want to deny this, but the actual feeling on the hand depends on the extended distance, the weight of the joystick and other factors. At least someone thinks it's too heavy (he has my double muscle)

We will make a review as soon as possible so that everyone can have a clear understanding.
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Old 08-10-2019, 09:45 AM   #56
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From the news available at present, our torque is not as good as Brunner. We don't want to deny this, but the actual feeling on the hand depends on the extended distance, the weight of the joystick and other factors. At least someone thinks it's too heavy (he has my double muscle)
Without an extension the torque will definitely be enough, don't worry.


And the whole extension thing really depends on the parameters.

Even Brunner highly disrecommend using an extension because of the troubles that such a setup can bring.
Ultimately it depends on the specific setup if it makes sense or not.
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Old 08-10-2019, 09:17 PM   #57
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Without an extension the torque will definitely be enough, don't worry.


And the whole extension thing really depends on the parameters.

Even Brunner highly disrecommend using an extension because of the troubles that such a setup can bring.
Ultimately it depends on the specific setup if it makes sense or not.



If you want to use an extension and fly chopper, then the Warthog or cougar metal sticks are too heavy for use with the Brunner CLS-E joystick base. for normal planes its fine.



I got quoted by ranma whoohoo rocking my new MongoosT50cm2 stick with both the 5 cm and 7,5 cm extensions and man it is a world of difference. Flying choppers is a dream now. Looking forward to new FFB bases. Competition is good.
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Old 08-11-2019, 01:54 AM   #58
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Yeah, base is beyond the price I would pay for something so far unproven, but the grip does interest me.
I have been looking years for the F-15C grip beside the Suncom stick. the Hornet grip is close, but this is still better

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Sounds good. One quick question, for the trim hat, is it 8-way/4-way with push down ? The real F-15 grip has the trim hat as 8-way with pushdown and none of the stick that I have found can do that.
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Old 08-11-2019, 08:13 AM   #59
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If you want to use an extension and fly chopper, then the Warthog or cougar metal sticks are too heavy for use with the Brunner CLS-E joystick base. for normal planes its fine.



I got quoted by ranma whoohoo rocking my new MongoosT50cm2 stick with both the 5 cm and 7,5 cm extensions and man it is a world of difference. Flying choppers is a dream now. Looking forward to new FFB bases. Competition is good.
That is true. The good thing however is that the Brunner is so precise that you don't really need an extension to fly choppers. Or at least I don't.


Of course it's less realistic to do it without extension, but it's doable.
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I have been looking years for the F-15C grip beside the Suncom stick. the Hornet grip is close, but this is still better



Sounds good. One quick question, for the trim hat, is it 8-way/4-way with push down ? The real F-15 grip has the trim hat as 8-way with pushdown and none of the stick that I have found can do that.
We have 8-way with push down.
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